Bloomy Rind Cheeses are named because they develop a snowy white down on the surface. The down develops because the cheese’s surface is sprayed with the Penicillium candidum spores. As the cheese ages, the white edible mold begins to form and when viewed under a microscope resembles a field of white flowers. The best known cheeses in this family are Camembert and Brie and Triple Cremes.
Humboldt Fog (Cypress Grove)
Willamette Valley French Prairie Brie